KitchenAid KICA Ice Cream Maker for KitchenAid Mixer

October 4, 2013 - Comment

Use the Ice Cream maker with any 230v KitchenAid stand mixer regardless of size or style to create your favourite frozen desserts or treats. Just turn on the mixer, pour in the batter, and let the dasher and freeze bowl do all the work. The Ice Cream maker produces up to 1.9l of soft consistency

Use the Ice Cream maker with any 230v KitchenAid stand mixer regardless of size or style to create your favourite frozen desserts or treats.

Just turn on the mixer, pour in the batter, and let the dasher and freeze bowl do all the work.

The Ice Cream maker produces up to 1.9l of soft consistency ice cream, sorbets or frozen desserts in 20-30 minutes.

Soft ice cream can be hardened inside an airtight container in the freezer within 2-4 hours.

After a minimum of 15 hours in a an ordinary household freezer, liquid within the double walls of the freeze bowl provides thorough, even freezing of the ice cream batter throughout the mixing process.

If the ice cream maker is used frequently the freeze bowl may be stored in the freezer for convenience.

Cleaning the ice cream maker is easy.

The freeze bowl must be hand-washed with warm water and mild detergent; it cannot be washed in a dishwasher!

All other parts are dishwasher safe.

Product Features

  • Works with all UK and European KitchenAid Mixers

Comments

Olilu says:

Phenomenal ice-cream maybe its the recipe, maybe its the machine.This is a solid bowl of KitchenAid quality that goes in the freezer. I dont have a chest freezer and I couldnt find the dimensions of the bowl so it was really fingers crossed. For those that need to know, the dimensions are 30cm at the widest point (including the handles) by 18cm high. Therefore, provided that you have a drawer that can accommodate this you’ll be fine. Mine didnt but i just removed the whole drawer at the bottom and placed it…

Newvistas says:

Good alternative to an ice cream maker We researched the reviews of this product on Amazon’s sister web site in the States and noted some of the problems people experienced, so we suggest that:No more than the maximum recommended volume of ingredients, as set out in the accompanying User Booklet, be put in the bowl as expansion on freezing has to be allowed for in order to prevent the mixture spilling over the edge of the bowl and working its way up towards and into the mixer drive. Conversely, too little mixture could…

Matilda "Kichen genius" says:

Ice cream mixer Works very well but make sure it can fit in your freezer. Be careful when using the recipes as the one I tried over loaded the bowl. Easy to keep clean and easy to use.

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